In Touch Physio is a well established physiotherapy practice in Singapore, conveniently located at Raffles Place in Singapore's CBD.
In Touch Physio was established in 2005 in Singapore and built its reputation on personal, professional and progressive physiotherapy and rehabilitation services.
Our multinational team of physiotherapists are internationally trained in Australia, New Zealand or UK and are highly skilled and experienced.
We are dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation and prevention of sports injuries and musculoskeletal problems. We believe in empowering people to help themselves and be active in their own recovery. Our focus is on treating the cause of the injury and not just the symptoms.
Our goal is to resolve pain, minimise injury time, maximise function and promote early return to activity and sport. We also analyse and address core issues for the individual, to then be able to advise on injury prevention.
B.Sc.Physio. (Aust.); M.S.P.A.
Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation
Alph is an Australian physiotherapist who graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 1998. He also has completed the Polestar Rehabilitation program.
He has over 18 years experience in the treatment of sports injuries and has worked in Australia, UK, Germany and Singapore. READ MORE
Alph specialises in the treatment of shoulder and spinal injuries. Alph has a keen interest in identifying muscle imbalances and correcting these, especially in keen athletes. He looks at each injury from a holistic point of view to make sure that all problems are addressed.
B.Phty. (N.Z.); Grad.cert M.T. (Aust.); M.S.P.A.
Polestar Pilates Rehabilitation
Kat graduated from Otago University, New Zealand in 1994 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy and has 22 years experience in musculoskeletal assessment and treatment. In 2003 she completed a Graduate certificate in Manual Therapy at Curtin University, Australia, and in 2004 she completed the Polestar Rehabilitation Pilates course. READ MORE
Kat has worked in New Zealand, U.S.A and the United Kingdom. Most recently she owned a successful multi-practitioner physiotherapy and pilates practice on Harley Street in London for 7 years before moving to Singapore with her young family. Kat has a keen interest in spinal (back, neck) and lower limb (hip, knee and ankle) pain and dysfunction, and has considerable experience treating both dance related injuries and pregnancy-related (pre and post natal) musculoskeletal issues. She often incorporates pilates-based exercise into her clients rehabilitation to facilitate their recovery from injury.
B.Sc. (Hons.) Physio. (U.K.); M.Man. Ther. (Aust.); Cert. Clinical Exercise Specialist (ACSM); M.S.P.A.
Lucie Lamprey is an experienced physiotherapist trained in the UK, Singapore and Australia. She attained her B.Sc. (Hons) in Physiotherapy from the University of Southampton (UK), became a Clinically Certified Exercise Specialist through the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM, Singapore) and recently completed her Masters of Manual Therapy from the University of Western Australia. READ MORE
Lucie has 8 years of clinical experience and believes that utilising manual therapy and functional exercise generates the most efficient/effective recovery. In order to achieve greater results with her patients, Lucie recently completed her Masters of Manual Therapy, which has advanced her assessment and treatment skills in the musculoskeletal field, especially the spine. Her extensive exercise knowledge comes through her ACSM course completed in 2013. This has provided her with specialist abilities to assist in detailed exercise programs for athletes, as well as those with a pre-existing condition and for weight management.
Lucie specialises in treatment of the spine, pelvis and lower limb sports injuries. She carries out injury rehabilitation, as well as being actively involved in injury prevention. She works closely with those that live an active lifestyle.
B.Sc.(Hons) Physio. (U.K.); M.S.P.A.
Paul first moved to Singapore after graduating from the University of Nottingham with a BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy in 2008. He worked at a government hospital where he specialised in treating spinal conditions, before moving to InTouch where he spent three years further developing his clinical skills. Paul returns to Singapore and ProHealth InTouch after three years back in the UK, where he worked for the British military and was a lecturer on the Sports Rehabilitation Degree at the University of Hull. READ MORE
Paul has a clinical interest in Spinal and Shoulder conditions, as well as over-use lower limb sporting injuries. Whilst working for the Army, Paul treated a lot of musculo-skeletal injuries related to hard training regimes. He has become skilled in running technique assessment and adaption of training programs. He enjoys treating patients using a mixture of manual techniques, corrective exercises and education, whilst keeping up to date with the latest research on best practice.
Paul played semi-professional rugby for Bristol Rugby Club while at University and during that time was also selected for England Students and U21's. Injuries cut short a promising Rugby career but he still enjoys various different sports including rowing, road cycling and water polo.